Kid Would’ve Been Better Off In A Silverback’s Enclosure…

 Might have felt at home there, too…

The court also heard that concerns had been raised by nursery staff and neighbours about Liam’s treatment on three separate occasions over the year prior to his death.

Defence QC Mark Stewart told the court there had been “ongoing social work awareness and contact with the family” from January 2013 through to the time that the toddler died, none of which resulted in action being taken against the couple.

Let me guess, ‘lessons will be learned’..?

5 comments for “Kid Would’ve Been Better Off In A Silverback’s Enclosure…

  1. wiggia
    June 1, 2016 at 5:14 pm

    Official statement after the trial………………..

    “Fife Child Protection Committee will now continue with their Significant Case Review to look at whether more could have been done to support Liam. The review will also identify any learning which may be helpful, not just in Fife, but across Scotland.”

    Lessons will be learned, no need to guess……………..

  2. Errol
    June 1, 2016 at 8:09 pm

    A child is dead. That child was monitored by the state for three years and left with abusive, malignant parents.

    As for the parents – why were they not collared and chained?

    But no, lessons will be learned, processes changed. And more children will die.

    • June 5, 2016 at 7:37 am

      I suspect we all know why. Identity politics. They are literally untouchable.

  3. Ted Treen
    June 2, 2016 at 2:09 pm

    Pournelle’s Iron Law of Bureaucracy applies to this “Child Protection Committee”; as it does to pretty well all of the “public services” in this country.

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